Hodeidah Health office : 52 civilians killed and more than 100 wounded by coalition shelling

The number of civilians killed by air strikes by Arab coalition fighters led by Saudi Arabia has reached 52, and more than 100 wounded, the Health ministry's office said Thursday.


The head of the health office, Abdul Rahman al-Jarallah, in the city under the control of the al-Houthi group, said in a statement quoted by the Houthis-controlled Saba agency.


According to the al-Jarallah, the fighter jets bombed the fish market as well as a site in front of the Al-Thawra Hospital, west of the city.


In the context, coalition fighters renewed their raids on positions in Hodeidah and bombed buildings under construction near the fish market, without causing casualties according to the source online correspondent.

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